The 5 Most Funny Streamers Who’ll Leave You Wheezing 

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The 5 Most Funny Streamers Who’ll Leave You Wheezing 

Everyone wants a good laugh in their daily lives, and what is more perfect for that than watching streamers that make us wheeze? Hence, here are our picks for the 5 most funny streamers

It is one thing to be good or skillful at playing a game, but being funny is one of the most important personality traits for a person. The trait of being funny is most important when you’re a content creator, especially if you are a streamer broadcasting for a live audience. A lot of people enjoy watching streamers on different platforms just to relax or unwind after a long day. This is why funny streamers have more viewers since they give viewers a good laugh, which is the best way to chill out after a long day. Hence, here are our picks for the 5 most funniest streamers who will leave you wheezing. 

Felix “xQc” Lengyel

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  • Age: 27
  • Followers: 11.9M
  • Platform: Twitch
  • Streaming Started: 2014

Felix Lengyel, better known by his internet alias, “xQcOW” or “xQc” is a Canadian content creator, Twitch streamer and former competitive esports player. He was an esports player playing the game Overwatch. Overwatch is a beloved multiplayer first-person shooter game created and published by Blizzard Entertainment. He started his esports career in 2016, initially playing for the esports team called “Dallas Fuel” in 2017. Unfortunately, that ended quickly because of his position in the team being dropped mid-season due to unconfirmed controversies. He then moved on to play for Team Canada in the Overwatch World Cup for 2 years from 2017 to 2019.

He started his streaming career in 2014 at 19 before his esports career. His initial streams included League of Legends (LoL) gameplays, which is a multiplayer battle arena game developed and published by Riot Games. He is primarily a reaction or commentary streamer on Twitch’s platform. He has held the place of most-watched Twitch streamer for three consecutive years in a row, which is owed to his humorous personality. He also plays video games on his streams such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO), Grand Theft Auto V (GTAV) and Rocket League, but it is a rare occurrence. He is one of the most funniest streamers because he speaks really fast and has amazing sarcasm.

Tyler “loltyler1” Steinkamp 

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  • Age: 28
  • Followers: 5.2M
  • Platform: Twitch
  • Streaming Started: 2014

Tyler Steinkamp, better known by his internet alias, “loltyler1” or “tyler1” is an American Twitch streamer, Youtuber and social media content creator. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany. Tyler began his streaming journey in 2014 and was the 14th player on the League of Legends (LoL) ladder or game tournament. He had a decent following till 2016 when he became widely known for his toxic behavior portrayed on his live stream. This earned him the nickname “The Most Toxic Player in North America”, and resulted in him banned being multiple times in the game. He came back in April 2016, announcing to the internet that he has reformed his toxic ways and that made his popularity go up rapidly. 

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Unfortunately, his toxic behavior relapsed quickly and he went back to his old ways. Fellow content creators and many viewers condemned his toxic behavior, while some found it hilarious. Things took a nasty turn when an official employee from Riot Games released a statement. They announced that due to the ban history of Tyler, he was being permanently banned from owning a LoL account. After the ban, Tyler branched out and started creating more versatile and unique content. This made him more popular and people began to see the other side of Tyler, the less toxic side. 

In late 2017, Tyler’s ban was finally lifted by Riot Games, who had emailed him privately. His first stream playing LoL after he got unbanned in 2018 broke Twitch’s concurrent viewer record from 2017, peaking at 382K viewers. He joined the South Korean esports organization, T1 in 2020 as a content creator, but left in 2022. He is one of the most popular LoL players at present because the viewers love his hilarious outbursts, rage quits and sarcastic personality. Some of the clips from his live streams are still viral and well-loved to this day. The most popular clip is of him rage-quitting and breaking his monitor on stream. 

Timothy “TimTheTatman” Betar

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  • Age: 33
  • Followers: 5.03M
  • Platform: Youtube
  • Streaming Started: 2011

Timothy Betar, better known by his internet alias, “TimTheTatman” is an American Youtuber, live streamer and content creator. He began his streaming career in 2011, starting on Twitch and he also was a Twitch Partner. He started full-time streaming on Twitch in 2014 and his popularity skyrocketed from there on. What caused a massive upsurge in his fan following and viewers is when he started playing Fortnite. Fortnite is a battle royale game developed and published by Epic Games, which was released in 2017. He began playing the game right after its initial release along with fellow streamers, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Nick “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff, which earned him a lot of recognition in the Twitch gaming community. 

He is an athlete in the Monster Energy esports and gaming community. He is also sponsored by Audio-Technica, a Japanese company that produces professional audio equipment such as headphones, microphones and turntables. He won an award for the “Gamer of the Year/Fan Favorite Male Streamer of the Year” in the Gamers’ Choice Awards 2018. Timothy announced that he signed an exclusive streaming contract with Youtube in September 2021. He also announced that he was joining Complexity Gaming as a content creator and part-owner in the same month. He has a very hilarious and charming personality, which draws viewers to him and has let him maintain a steady flow in his follower count. 

Herschel “DrDisRespect” Beahm IV

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  • Age: 41
  • Followers: 4.48M
  • Platform: Youtube
  • Streaming Started: 2011

Herschel Beahm IV, better known by his internet alias, “Dr Disrespect” is an American video gaming streamer and Youtuber. He began his streaming career on in 2011, which was the beginning platform for Twitch today. He used to be the community manager at Sledgehammer Games during his early streaming career. He quit that job in 2015 a few years later to start full-time streaming. He gained popularity and rose in the ranks quickly because of his battle royale gameplays. He plays games of the battle royale genre on his Youtube channel such as Player’sUnknown Battleground (PUBG), Apex Legends, H1Z1, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Call of Duty: Warzone, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and Fortnite. 

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He was a Twitch partner from the start, and he also signed a multi-year exclusive streaming contract with Twitch in March 2020. Unfortunately for Dr Disrespect and for all of his viewers, he was randomly banned from Twitch’s platform without any warning. This happened in June 2020, a month after his contract with Twitch was announced, which left fans in confusion. Dr Disrespect returned to streaming more than a month later on August 6 on Youtube. Afterward, he announced that he would not be returning to Twitch and started full-time streaming on Youtube, reaching more than 4 million subscribers quite quickly. His quick-witted, sarcastic and ruthlessly hilarious personality makes him one of the most funniest streamers on Youtube’s platform.

Ben “ProfessorBroman” Bowman

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  • Age: 36
  • Followers: 715.5K
  • Platform: Twitch
  • Streaming Started: 2013

Ben Bowman, better known by his internet alias, “ProfessorBroman” is an American Twitch streamer, Youtuber and content creator. He began streaming in 2013 on Twitch after being inspired by a streaming marathon. The streaming marathon was called “Hurricane Sandython” and that’s what inspired him to join the speedrunning streaming community. He even found a speedrunning community with his brother, who is also a Twitch streamer. His popularity started growing from there, and he eventually decided to start streaming full-time. He was truly recognized as a Twitch streamer when he decided to attempt a world-record speedrun with Destiny 2 after its initial release. 

Ben plays a variety of games, but Destiny 2 became his main game for streaming for a while after that. He is also the co-owner of Kings Coast Coffee, a roast-to-order coffee company. He founded GuardianCon, an annual event for streamers and their viewers to come together to play video games for raising money for charities. To this day, he has done multiple fundraiser streams for multiple charities. Besides his humble initiatives, he is one of the most funniest streamers because of his jokes on stream. He is also skillful as a gamer and speedrunner on stream. 


Just like other internet personalities, streamers are also entertainers for their viewers. Having a funny personality attracts viewers to them since people seek entertainment. Hence, if you’re one of those people who are looking to have a good laugh, check out the 5 most funniest streamers as picked by us and start watching them today!